String Cheese Incident Live at The Orpheum on 2003-10-10
- Live concert
- String Cheese Incident
Set 2: Round the Wheel, Windy Mountain > Who Am I?, Wake Up > Could You Be Loved, Rivertrance > Shine
Encore: Midnight Moonlight
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|Set 1 Intro|
|Ring Of Fire|
|Born On The Wrong Planet|
|Dont Say >|
|Life During Wartime >|
|Round The Wheel|
|Who Am I|
|Wake Up >|
|Could You Be Loved >|
|E: Midnight Moonlight|
- 2003-10-17 04:33:08
- D8/DA20mkii > VXPocket V2 > Vegas3 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend
- Boston, MA
- Taped by
- Jason Ho
- Transferred by
- Jason Ho
- The Orpheum
Subject: Sweet show
Oh man, totally disagree! No disrespect, but this Shine is spectacular. It isn't a cookie cutter version like they used to play back in 2000/2001, but it is incredibly beautiful. I love how they slow it down and then pick it back up with the crowd. I admit that at the show I was _slightly_ disappointed when they didn't come roaring out the gates with a jam, but the more I listen to it the more I appreciate how perfect this Shine was...
Agreed on the ticket woman, I had the same problem trying to get in and my heart dropped to my toes when I thought they wouldn't allow me in. Orpheum is a horrible venue when it comes to security, wish the Cheese had played the Roxy instead. However, I got to my seat before lights went down. Was thrilled to get a Cottonmouth, and Life During Wartime thrown into the middle of Rollover was a definite high point too! First set was a monster! Certainly a high point on this tour.
Subject: Boston night 1
The music was good though; I would have liked to see a Ring of Fire opener. The end of the first set was heavy. Latinismo and then the Don't Say > Rollover. Plus Life During Wartime. That was a nice Rollover jam, and some intense jamming for set I. Everyone was pumped up by setbreak.
Even more pumped up when they opened set 2 with Round the Wheel. But what is that stuff Kyle kept doing during this tour with that talking thing? He kept playing some recording of someone saying stuff, only tried to make it musical. Whether or not you like techno SCI, this should come off as pretty dumb. I guess experimentation is cool. Sicne I don't hear it much anymore I think he realized it was not that cool.
Things slowed down a bit for the middle of the 2nd set until they busted out the Rivertrance and Shine. They play Wake Up now as it is on the new album instead of how it was in 2000-2002. It kind of sounds like the Wake Up from the old days except of course Kang's not singing. I kind of like the 2000-02 version better than the album one, but I certainly don't miss the often boring jams that they did during this time, so its a good trade off. Note that this show has Rollover, Round the Wheel, Rivertrance, Shine, BOTWP-- some pretty classic heavy hitters in one show. The Rivertrance was standard, it was no 8/1/01. Billy on woodblock. The Shine was not that great, maybe they were running short on time, although the keys section in Shine was really cool cause at the end of it Kyle played the lick that Kang usually plays to signal going into percussion from keys. That was rare.
"Full moon tonight" they said to open the encore. I thought Howlin' at the Moon, missing the obvious. I prefer Midnight Moonlight anyday. The solo rotation on this Midnight Moonlight weren't as good as 4/23/99 or the ultimate 11/17/00, but it's a nice encore to get you psyched for night 2 of hoping you don't get thrown out of thunderdome. 5 star setlist, 4 star show, 5 star recording of course. Always get the Jason Ho version.
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